I wish somebody would track down this idiot by his IP address and ISP and find out what happened after he disappeared offline.
Friday, April 29, 2005
Click through to the Aardvark page and click on the "run the demo" link at the top to see how it works without even installing. (Out of curiosity, I loaded the page in IE and the demo didn't work. I didn't really expect otherwise, but I just had to try.)
Monday, April 25, 2005
Tuesday, April 19, 2005
Monday, April 18, 2005
(Want something more substantive in this post? I didn't link to any of the above sites because I now have an automatically updating list of my bloglines subscriptions viewable at http://www.wemmick.net/blogroll.php)
Thursday, April 14, 2005
Wednesday, April 13, 2005
[Later... after using this site to look at a page I edited today, I am fairly certain now that this uses a weekly snapshot, but it appears to be the latest as I found articles updated as of April 6, 2005]
Tuesday, April 12, 2005
Monday, April 11, 2005
Friday, April 08, 2005
Monday, April 04, 2005
"CLOSER" (2004) (Julia Roberts, Jude Law) (R)The boldface part describes perfectly my thoughts about this film.
Drama: The lives and loves of four strangers (including Roberts & Law) become hopelessly intertwined as desires, deception and self-centeredness drive them into unexpected directions and relationships. Based on the popular London stage play of the same name, the film comes from director Mike Nichols ("Working Girl," "The Graduate") who knows a thing or two about character relationships. While his work, the script and especially the work from the four leads is solid to terrific, I just wish that their characters and the overall film didn't leave such a bad taste in your mouth and/or lead to the urge to shower after watching it due to all of the ugliness that's present.
If you don't already know about Screen It!, try it out. They have fuller reviews the "Our Take" and a full description of everything you might not want your kids to see (or might not care -- they're not judgemental). For example, the description of profanity used in Saved starts with "At least 1 "f" word, 1 "s" word, 1 possible slang term (that's mostly drowned out) using female genitals...".